Fun loving co-workers, one big family with great music and sport events.
Concession Stand Manager/ Stand Supervisor (Current Employee), Auburn Hills, MI – October 12, 2013
Pros: great ambience, people, events, and food
Cons: no hours, raises, benefits and advancement
One will come into the venue beginning there shift by preparing there concession stand for that days event. Start by doing the inventory of the chargeable and non-chareable product to see what is necessary to order for the event. Next is to call the order then to proceed to prepare the stand for the NFP's (non-profits). As each arrive you explain the – more... procedure to that particular stand. For each one of is not necessarily in the same stand each time as to the same for the NFP's. After all is set and the stand is ready to go the fun begins! We have a staff meeting where the stand manager (myself) goes over all procedures and trains anyone new. we then learn each others names and go over unanswered questions. Now we are ready for the doors to open! I ( the manager ) assist through out the event with all questions ranging to; "wheres the cheese; how do call for a wet spill; someone fell what do I do; security wants a popcorn bucket what do I do; he's intoxicated I don't want to serve him can you help me;" and so on. As the night nears the alcohol time we have to get the patrons served as quickly as possible while watching for signs if of inebriation. I would have to say that this is one of the most challenging parts of the position. Especially due to multiple distractions at once such as questions while discontinuing to serve a particular patron that may be past their limit. All in all I find it quite enjoyable to bring satisfaction to those around me. especially when something seems just out of reach and I have given them that relief we all know so well with a side of have a nice day. – less
Productive a fun workplace, with flat screens in the bar.
Bartender (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – October 11, 2013
I would take inventory of bar, clean and set up bar. Greet customers as they approach or past my bar. I learned alot of things while bartending, I think the 2 main things is askin for identification becoming 2nd nature, and being able to recognize when someone is intoxicated or impaired. The management was good and dependable. I worked with people that – more... shared the same passion I have for being a service to the public. After being in this field for awhile, I think the biggest challenge is dealing with a patron that is intoxicated to the point that they're not in their normal state of mind. On the flip side of that, it's refreshing when you're in a environment of alot of people, who are laughing.....having fun....and they come to you and say that they appreciate your service and they felt at home!!! – less
Director of Catering (Former Employee), St. Louis, Missouri – October 10, 2013
Pros: great insurance benefits
Cons: no life
This is a great company if your young, no children and want no life. In management you work constantly and when you have time to catch your breath, they're sending you out of town to work. My day would start at 10am and end anywhere from midnight till 2am depending on event. The most enjoyable party of the job was the people I worked with, we had a – more... fantastic management staff but once you went any higher, no one gave a rat about you. – less
Retail Specialist (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – October 7, 2013
Overall Levy is a nice company to work for. You can go to just about any state and find a job within the company. They don't offer benefits well at least I don't recieve them. I worked in the retail store located in the United Center. I feel as if i'm a teenager in high school more so me going to work everyday. The treatment and lack of respect the – more... employees recieve from management is sub par and unnaceptable. Being that its a sports arena you would think it's a fun atmosphere. Totally not the case. My boss went so far one day as to say to us "the employees" that she didn't want to hear us laughing. My mind is exhausted from working at this place. When I started I looked forward to going to work whenever I was scheduled now I OVERLY HATE going to work. I only stay for the fans and the genuine pleasure I get out of making others experiences memorable for them. If you're a real person with 'real' bills this is not the job for you seeing is how you will only be scheduled on game days. If there is extra work offered it's supposed to go according to senority, Well that's not the case either. It goes according to favoritism. I wonder do the CEO's ever visit that place. They should really plant a mole in that store to see excatly what i'm talking about when I say how poorly the store is being mismanaged. Oh yea they provide you this really drab employee lunch which I find shamefully amusing seeing is how Levy provides itself on being one of the top performers in food service. :) Way to go Levy Restaurants mission accomplished. Feel free to apply people because I myself and a host of other people have either quit or soon planning to... Worst job I ever had and it really sucks because I love the fans and the atmosphere and I love my Bulls and Blackhawks! – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – October 2, 2013
Wrigley Field is more like a day at the park instead of working. Everyone laughing, screaming, drinking and eating is nothing but fun and enjoyment to be at work at the same time. You give them great service and a great time all in one!
Suite Attendant Supervisor / Server (Current Employee), West Lafayette, IN – September 30, 2013
Depending on the event, servers will help prepare for the event, setting tables, chef tables, ect. Then we serve our customers and completely clean up the facility. All employers eat dinner together during a work shift and will leave the building together at the end of the night. We are a little family at Levy and I know I could count on my managers – more... if I really ever needed anything, inside the work place or out. It would be impossible to work for this company and walk away without gaining beneficial knowledge. – less
Team Leader/Fork Lift Operator (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – September 10, 2013
Shipping & Receiving, putting the product away safely. I learned to be a team player, to work at a fast pace, good organizing skills, and to always treat customers in a professional manner!!! I don't find the job hard. Is meeting new people and I enjoy my co-workers!!
Cashier (Current Employee), Detroit, MI – September 6, 2013
Pros: free lunch and dinner and drinks
Cons: no cons
I love my boss who is very understanding.and I love working with my coworkers they are always there to help when there is a problem. and we work well as a team no man or woman I should say is left behind
Working for Concerts, events at Chase Field, and U.S.Airways
Cashier/Prep-Cook (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – August 24, 2013
Pros: good management and trusting people.
Cons: didn't have enough hours available for workers
3 different locations. When I wasn't working at Comerica Theater I was working at Chase Field. When I wasn't there I would be over at U.S. Airways Center. I had the chance to work with lots of unique individuals as my Supervisors. Very fast/active settings in each work area.
Chef (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – August 22, 2013
I would begin find out which area I was assigned and begin prep for the day. I learned how to handle food prep on a massive scale and how to coordinate with a large team of co-workers for special events. The most difficult part of the job was breaking everything down from my assigned location and transporting back to the main kitchen. I really enjoyed – more... being a part of game days at the Georgia Dome and the excitement that came with the fans. – less